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inde , adv. i-im, locative from is, and de = die; hence,
II. Of time.
C. With other specifications of time: “jam inde a principio hujus imperii, Prov. Cons. 13, 33: jam inde ab incunabulis,Liv. 4, 36 fin.
b. With gen.: “inde loci (transferred to time),after that, thereupon, Lucr. 5, 789.
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